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Volume 48 Number 10

Volume 48 Number 10 Flip-through Edition

December 4, 2013
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Eat your heart out

Kneehigh's comic-romantic 'Tristan & Yseult' is high-flying theater for the masses

Go east

culture@sfbg.comThe 510 is blowing up with new openings. Plus: how to get dinner delivered in SF for $12. CHOW NOW While San Francisco always has...

Reassemblage

The revered indie veterans of Dismemberment Plan return with a new album and a more mature sound

Go team!

Cat suits, dance routines, bowling: the best games for groups

Pros and cons(oles)

Will Microsoft or Sony win the battle for consumer love? Gamer tests out the new consoles.

Riot acts

'The Punk Singer' chronicles Kathleen Hanna's remarkable life — and mysterious illness

School gaze

Frederick Wiseman's 'At Berkeley' offers a lengthy, layered portrait of higher education

Gather round

The Gathering celebrates 22 years of raving the eff out. Plus: Micahtron, J.Phlip, Cakes da Killa, Dickslap, C.L.A.W.S., more nightlife

Suspending judgment

SFUSD considers alternatives to suspensions that some say unfairly impact students of color

Mantra from the Milk/Moscone memorial march: “Fight back!”

Hundreds of activists and progressive San Franciscans marked the 35th anniversary of the Mayor George Moscone and Sup. Harvey Milk assassinations on Wednesday night...

Development must protect the arts

December 3, 2013
By Stephanie Weisman OPINION Recently, the Bay Guardian ran an article critical of The Marsh theater's position on the condo development proposed for 1050...

A new holiday tradition: workers’ rights

The holiday season has officially started, and if you're any kind of American, you know what that means. Hordes of wild-eyed shoppers have descended...

Last stand at the Bulb

With Albany looking to clear a bayshore homeless encampment, residents brace for a conflict